To guide you in the ring-size-jungle,

I've put together some information here.

In Sweden we get the ring size by measuring the

INNER DIAMETER of the ring.

 If you you get 19 mm across the inside

of an existing ring,

then your ring size is Ø 19...

Another way to measure your size

is to find out the


Take a piece of yarn around your finger and measure

the total length on a ruler. If you're a size 19,

then the ruler will state 60 mm of yarn.

If we continue with the same example,

of the size Ø 19 / 60 mm,

then the US SIZE would be US 9...

If you need further guidance,

tap the link to the universal chart, or reach out. 


To find out your cuff size, wrap a tape measurer around your wrist. If you measure 17 cm,

your ideal CUFF SIZE is 17 cm. If you desire a looser fit, order 1 cm bigger than your wrist.

The cuffs are slightly adjustable.

To find out your CHAIN BRACELET SIZE,

simply measure with as much slack as desired depending on the model.

For the DD CHAIN BRACELET, if you measure 17 cm, I would go with size 17 cm,

as these bracelets has 3 extra small jumprings at the end, so you'll have 1,5 cm extra anyways.

With DD CHUNKY CHAIN BRACELET I would go up 1-3 cm from the measured number.

If I again go with the same measurement of 17, I would choose somewhere between 18-20 cm,

depending on how much you'd like the tag and etxra chain to hang down.

However, if you'd lika a snug fit, go  with  17 cm.

BANGLE SIZE is determined by the size of your hand and not your wrist.

To find your bangle size, simply tuck your thumb into the palm of your hand

(as if about to put on a bangle) and using tailor’s tape,

measure your hand all the way around the set of knuckles closest to your wrist,

from knuckle to knuckle.

If you measure 21 cm, pick a bangle in size 21, as that usually is the perfect fit.

If you'd like a little more slack, go up 1 cm in size.